Our seventeen guestrooms are as unique as their names. Opulent or intimate, they all have crisp linens, antique furnishings, private baths (two are detached), and are decorated with pleasing colors and fabrics. They also have their own stories to tell. There is the room where Joseph Pulitzer slept, and Mrs. Ellis’s dressing room. The four-room suite is named after Waldron Bates, the pathmaker. Another room was once the library. Browse our gallery, find the room that suits you, and start anticipating your visit to Bar Harbor’s Golden Age.
Deluxe Estate Rooms rooms are exceptionally spacious and elegant. All have king sized beds and private baths with tub and shower. They also include either a fireplace or whirlpool tub or balcony/patio area. Televisions with DVD and telephones are in each room. For guests looking for that extra special experience, these are our most special rooms.
Superior Estate Rooms are very spacious with one queen bed and private bath with tub and shower. All include a television with DVD and some include a telephone or fireplace. Rooms may include a sofa bed to accommodate one extra person.
Deluxe Cottage Rooms are spacious with one queen bed and private bath with a tub and shower. All include a television and some have a telephone and fireplace.
Superior Cottage Rooms are moderately sized with one queen bed and private bath. All include a television and some have telephones. One has a fireplace.